Study opens the eyes of ChatGPT deniers

Study opens the eyes of ChatGPT deniers
Study opens the eyes of ChatGPT deniers

The emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace already has answers to how it will affect the Generation Z (born between 1995 and 2000) who are beginning to gain a foothold in the labor market. Work with a chatbot and fine-tuning orders to facilitate the most repetitive daily tasks will be the first step for what will come later, but, above all, there is already data on a performance improvement in these barely two years of irregular implementation in many companies.

A recent PwC report, titled Global barometer of Artificial Intelligence in employment 2024reveals that companies that have integrated AI into their processes have multiplied their productivity. In addition, workers specialized in this technology have experienced a 25% salary increase.

AI Skills

This study, based on the analysis of more than 500,000 job offers in 15 countries, including Spain, indicates that the demand for AI skills has grown exponentially. Since 2012, job offers requiring AI skills have increased 3.6 times compared to other job offers.

The results of the Global CEO Survey 2024 from PwC reinforce this trend. 69% of CEOs surveyed acknowledge that AI will require the majority of their staff to develop new skills. This is reflected in the evolution of job offers, which show a notable increase in positions that require knowledge in AI, especially in sectors such as information sciences and communication, legal and financial services.

69% of CEOs surveyed acknowledge that AI will require the majority of their staff to develop new skills

The report highlights that new jobs related to AI are not only more numerous, but also offer better salary conditions. Jobs requiring AI skills offer a salary increase up to 25% compared to similar jobs that do not require these skills. The authors of the study highlight the value that these capabilities bring to companies, which seek to improve their productivity and efficiency through process automation.

Other sectors

In sectors such as legal and the financial, the adoption of AI has been especially notable, multiplying its productivity by five by automating repetitive tasks. This trend not only responds to the search for efficiency, but also to the need to fill vacancies for which there are hardly any qualified professionals. AI is thus presented as a temporary solution due to the lack of specialized profiles, especially in countries with a decreasing working-age population.

In sectors such as legal and financial, the adoption of AI has been especially prominent

A Randstad report on AI and the labor market in Spain predicts that approximately 9.8% of current jobs (about two million) could be automated in the next decade. Despite this, 15.9% of jobs (around 3.24 million) could benefit from AI by increasing their productivity, while the remaining 74.3% will not be significantly affected.

Fears of supposed terrible consequences due to the arrival of AI in the working market They disappear as the months go by, reports appear and workers adapt. At the moment, cases in which a worker has been dismissed and replaced by a chatbot They barely exist and everything points to coexistence during the years that their existence lasts. implantation and until its use is legally defined.

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